The Mountaineers Books Best Groomed Cross-Country Ski Trails in Oregon
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Oregon offers cross-country skiers a wide variety of trails in beautiful terrain that's also relatively safe and easily accessible. Author: Mike Bogar. Softcover; 268 pages; black-and-white photographs; trail maps. The Mountaineers Books; copyright 2002. Routes are well-marked and most of the sno-parks are reached via major roads and highways. This easy-to-use guide will take you to a beginner trail on Mount Bachelor or a demanding 18-mile round trip up to Cloud Cap Inn on Mount Hood. Features 48 top destinations for Nordic skiing in Oregon, plus seven bonus destinations just across the borders into California and Washington. Appropriate for all skill levels from novice to advanced. Complete fee and permit information provided. Reader-friendly maps show trails, roads and sno-parks.
If you want fun and challenging cross-country skiing experiences that aren't in the backcountry, this is the guidebook for you. Best Groomed Cross-Country Ski Trails in Oregon is easy to use. All the routes are well-marked and the sno-parks are easily accessible from major highways and interstates. Ski areas are identified within regions and the trails in each region are carefully mapped. Regions include southwest Washington, Mount Hood, Santiam Pass, central Oregon, Willamette Pass, southern Oregon, and eastern Oregon. Author: Mike Berger Paperback, 268 pages